Come Visit Sequoia National Park with the 59 Veterans Project!



Sequoia National Park near central California is often called the protector park. For it protects the Giant Forest, which boasts some of the world’s largest trees, including the General Sherman, a giant sequoia which is the largest living tree on Earth! It stands almost 275 feet in height, with a circumference of 102 feet, and its largest branch having a diameter of 6.8 feet. General Sherman (named after the famous Civil War general!) has an estimated age of 2,300–2,700 years.
Other features of Sequoia National Park include over 240 caves, a long segment of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, and Moro Rock, a large granite dome. The park also contains among its natural resources the highest point in the contiguous 48 United States: Mount Whitney, which towers at 14,494 feet (4,418 m) above sea level.
Sequoia National Park is a giant place (spanning 404,064 acres) and a beautiful vacation spot during spring and summer of each year. To learn more about this magnificent national park, visit this giant website:
To learn about us, the 59 VETERANS PROJECT, and our upcoming enterprise to help veterans and experience all 59 of our national parks, visit us here: For you know, we can’t wait to ascend this summit together!